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Dec 3, 2013 10:00am EST
. same thing as calling him mein feuhrer. so iran said they are not going to comply with what the obama administration says they've greed to do. and yet the obama administration is sending the former clinton north korean policy director, former democrat who was advising president bush in an op-ed to cut a deal with kim jong il that he really wants to make a deal. kind of like korea did, north korea did in 1994. she was wrong in 1994. she was wrong in 2001. she's wrong now about iran. we're told that those who refuse to learn from history are destined to repeat it. and when there is enough arrogance that anyone, any leader thinks they are smarter, wiser, better than anybody that's gone before, therefore they can make a better deal with corrupt and evil people like no one else has made, then their name goes down in history ust as neville chamberlain's has. he's waved his peace agreement, which he agreed to give away part of europe to his fuhrer thinking it meant peace in his his nd what it meant was ignorance and insidivity was going to cost -- naivity was going to cost millions of people
Dec 2, 2013 2:30pm EST
production capabilities. yet iran has not only refused to reverse course on enriching uranium, they have developed faster.enrich uranium recently freshman members of the foreign affair committees sent a bipartisan letter to president obama telling him to be vigilant in diplomatic actions with iranis. any diplomatic discussions should not only come after iran has stopped enriching uranium, and after its reduces its store. congress and the american people don't trust the iranian regime. the white house needs to sign the latest set of sanctions. these sanctions go further than previous by targeting the prof fearing of black market goods. sanctions target regime member who are guilty of human rights violations. congress is sending the message that not only do we highly discourage development of nuclear weapons by the regime but detest how citizens are subject to torture and restrictions on speech and political persecution. days maizing what is going on right now. the president needs to realize that the mideast is not a czyz chess board and we shouldn't play games with iran. this is a time to
Dec 4, 2013 10:00am EST
from iran. president obama has weakened the trust and ability of the united states and has strengthened the legitimacy of the illegitimate iranian regime. it is a double whammy and lose stature by elevating a dangerous regime and all for what? our ability to prevent a nuclear-armed iran and all-out arms race in the middle east. it's not going to happen. we are going to see a nuclear-armed iran. we are going to see an all-out arms race in the middle east and we tarnish our relationship with our trusted allies. i remain committed, mr. speaker, that ensuring that iran never becomes a nuclear-capable country will happen. i urge my colleagues in the senate to take up the sanctions legislation that we in the house overwhelmingly passed earlier this year. mr. speaker, iran has no right whatsoever to enrichment. there can be no ambiguity here. the united states must not accept any new deal with iran that does not end iran's enrichment program completely and does not completely dismantle the nuclear infrastructure of this dangerous regime. i thank mr. roskham for his time and leadership and we w
Dec 10, 2013 10:00am EST
speakers, along with president obama. and later today, secretary of state john kerry on the iran nuclear deal. >> we're asking you to give our negotiators and our experts the time and the space to do their jobs. and that includes asking you while we negotiate that you hold off imposing new sanctions. now i'm not saying never. i just told you a few minutes ago, if this doesn't work we're coming back and asking you for more. i'm just saying not right now. let me be very clear. this is a very delicate diplomatic moment. we have a chance to address peacefully one of the most pressing national security concerns the world faces today, with gigantic implications of the potential of conflict. we're in a crossroads. we're at one of those really hinge points in history. one path could lead to an enduring resolution and international community concerns about iran's nuclear program. the other path could lead to continued hostility and potentially to conflict. and i don't have to tell you that these are high stakes. we have an obligation to give these negotiations an opportunity to succeed. a
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